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About Mac-pcc

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 12/17/1982

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    Collierville,TN
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    Shooting
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    Seth McMahan

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  1. + 1 on the brownells bolt. I have 2 that run great. Also have a Lead Star Arms that works really well.
  2. The issue with triggers not resetting is the pcc bolts aren't all made the same. Some don't have a tall enough hammer cocking area to reset certain triggers. I have found that the Brownells bolt and the Lead Star arms will run any trigger that I have tried. I have also read that the taccom bolt has worked well with most triggers out there but I don't have personal experience like the other two I mentioned.
  3. I would use the jp ez trigger if I was running a jp bolt. I have several guys at my range that that run jp bolts and had issues with hyperfire's not resetting also. The jp trigger is guaranteed by jp to work with their bolt. I run the ez trigger now and love it. Probably have 5000 rounds shot with it and 0 malfunctions.
  4. The Noveski 60° is awesome. I run them on my 3 pcc's and 3 gun rifle.
  5. I run otis dry film on my pcc's. They run like a wet gun but without the mess. Carbon also just wipes off with little to no effort. Edit- I've been running it for 5 years now.
  6. A friend of mine that is a machinist is actually who found his bolt to not be tall enough and told me. When I measured mine I had the same issue. Most companies I think copy the old colt design spec and roll with it. The problem with that is that the colt 9mm originally used a different hammer that was a little taller but very similar height wise to a milspec hammer. Most of the aftermarket triggers are made for a standard AR-15 bcg and not the colt 9mm bolt that has a shorter cocking area. I'm glad to share the info so people don't have to spend a bunch of money on trying to find a trigger that works like I did when the problem is more than likely the bolt.
  7. Mine is the 308 version.
  8. I have had a similar problem before with a AR gold trigger in one of my pccs. What I found to be the issue wasn't the trigger its actually the bolt. Most of the 9mm bolts on the market are made to the spec of the people selling them instead of a set standard. So you see lots of variance in them. The issue with the ones that won't reset the trigger is due to the area that cocks the hammer not being tall enough. I have four different bolts and they are all different heights. I have two bolts that will reset any trigger that I have tested. A Lead Star Arms and a Brownells. Both are almost Identical to the faxon gen 2 bolt. There are a few guys on the forums that have added a weld to their bolt to make it reset the trigger. I don't remember exactly where I saw it but they posted pics and explained what they did. Hope this helps.
  9. Impressive! Not too far from 100%
  10. Will you post your USPSA # CalTeacher? I'd like to look you up.
  11. Nice! It took me a few years to make GM.
  12. What class in pcc are you?
  13. Also I did say if it would have shot the way it does now out of the box it wouldn't be a issue. I refer back to my results post.
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